EGIA

Making Year-End Adjustments

Tuesday, December 13 - Wednesday, December 14

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM EASTERN (10:00 AM - 2:00 PM PACIFIC)

Location

Virtual Event

Description

To set your company up for long-term success, you need to develop a business and operating plan for the full year ahead and look back on the current year for adjustments.

In this workshop, we will conduct a full review of all your company’s business processes while working to prioritize your company goals. Only then can we build our plan. Additionally, we’ll walk through creation of a positioning cookbook price system, and analyze how this can be used in your own company. Whether you already have a set price book or not, this analysis is essential in order understand how to sell while utilizing overhead per crew day, and combining marketing practices in the slower periods.

Finally, we will cover all aspects of service management, including how to develop tech lead turnovers and sales, exceling at service agreements and accessory sales, and marketing to gain access to new service clients both digitally and via traditional media.

Attendees will also learn:

  • Creation of a Working Budget that Becomes Your Operating Platform
  • Development of the Following Plans: Financial, Marketing, Production and HR
  • Lead Forecasts
  • Sales Forecasts and Closure Rates
  • Estimated Marketing Budget
  • Forecast for Labor
  • All Methods of Pricing: Market and Cost Based; Shoulder Seasons Promotional Pricing; Break-Even Calculation; and More

NON-MEMBER PRICING

$349

Per Person

Premium Members: Free Registration Plus Members: $199/Person
Contractor University Members must first log-in to take advantage of the above discounted workshop pricing

Presenters

Gary Elekes

President, EPC Training

Gary Elekes is serial entrepreneur with a passion for helping others become more successful by sharing what he has learned over the past 3 decades working closely with all facets of the contracting industry. During his career, Gary has held senior management positions at Lennox and Service Experts. In 2000, Gary moved into entrepreneurship and started his training and consulting business EPC. Today, EPC continues to support growth oriented businesses aspiring to reach 20% EBIT. He also designed the very first web based learning platform for the residential contracting industry, which acts as a support system for training and learning in HVAC and plumbing trades, and has over 5,000 subscribers.

In 2003, Gary began acquiring contracting firms with a focus on developing turn-around opportunities. He also opened and operated several start-up businesses. In 2010, he added web design/SEO and online marketing to his company portfolio starting Imarket Solutions as a co-founder. Gary graduated from Ohio State University with a BSBA and also holds a Master's Degree in Business and Finance.

Weldon Long

New York Times Best Selling Author & Contracting Business Expert

Weldon Long is a successful entrepreneur, sales expert and author of the NY Times bestseller, The Power of Consistency – Prosperity Mindset Training for Sales and Business Professionals (Wiley). In 2003, he walked out of a homeless shelter and built an Inc. 5000 company generating cumulative sales of over $20,000,000 within just 60 months. In 2009, his company was selected as one of Inc. Magazines Fastest Growing Private Companies in America.

Today, Weldon Long is one of the nation's most powerful speakers and a driven motivator who teaches others the Sales and Prosperity Mindset philosophies that catapulted him from desperation and poverty to a life of wealth and prosperity. Weldon has been featured on numerous national and regional television programs, including Fox News Network, First Business Network and Chicago's own WGN.

Mr. Long has successfully used his signature program, The Power of Consistency, to help hundreds of companies and thousands of sales professionals radically improve their sales results. Weldon holds a Bachelor's Degree and an MBA in Management.

Contact

Event Services

888-213-9320

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